The concept of gathering in a circle for community has been around for ever. Tribal cultures would sit around the counsel fire, large families around the banquet table, corporate honchos around the board table. Alright, sometimes the circle becomes a square or a rectangle. But still, it’s that same idea. Circles are particularly potent, because not only is everyone facing everyone else, but no one is sitting at the head of the table! Everyone in a circle is equal – equidistant from the center.
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